Microsoft is once again offering $100 off any Xbox One S or Xbox One X bundle. Prices now start at just $200.
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Microsoft is working on a disc-less version of the Xbox One S for release next year and the company will also offer a disc-to-digital trade-in program.
Two controllers. One Xbox One S.
Microsoft appears to be taking another step towards its cloud-based gaming future with a rumored new subscription called Xbox All Access.
The first pre-release Xbox One Spring Update build brings with it a number of advances. Key among them is native support for 1440p displays.
Just in time for the Sea of Thieves release, Microsoft's releasing a new Xbox One S bundle for the next big Xbox One title.
1440p support is coming to the Xbox One X and Xbox One S sometime soon.
Microsoft is cutting $50 off all Xbox One S bundles and bringing back a popular Xbox One X deal.
The NPD Group has published some interesting data about the performance of the video game industry in 2017.
Losing the console wars is the best thing that ever happened to Xbox and its fans.
Nintendo announced today that it has sold 10 million Switch consoles in just 9 months. Yep. It's time for some math.
Microsoft today announced four new Xbox One S bundles, for Minecraft, Rocket League, Halo, and Xbox Game Pass.
This new Xbox One S bundle combines the eagerly-awaited new racing title with a Hot Wheels expansion pack.
Yes, the Xbox One S does seem to be in a perpetual state of rotating sales and other promotions.
Remember that Xbox One "S" logo that we thought was for "Project Scorpio"? It was for the Xbox One S, and is part of a nice branding update.
Microsoft announced that Xbox One S owners can now stream videos from Amazon Video in 4K UHD. The service joins Netflix, Hulu, and VUDU in offering 4K UHD content on Xbox One S.
This year I've spent a lot of time in the PlayStation camp in order to understand how this platform compares. But I'm sticking with Xbox.
Even the most beloved of personal technology products betray their users in at least some small way over time. Perfection is never really possible, of course. But after almost two months of daily use, the Xbox One S has passed the test. It is the perfect thing.
Microsoft announced three new accessories for the Xbox One S today, padding out the lineup with new Xbox Wireless Controller designs and a new Xbox Stereo Headset. The new accessories will be available for sale over the next month or so.
While the Xbox One S comes with a perfectly serviceable Xbox Wireless Controller, you have other options. And among them is a cool Microsoft service called Xbox Design Lab that lets you customize an Xbox Wireless Controller with over 8 million possible color combinations.
When Microsoft announced that customers could design their own customized Xbox Wireless Controllers through the Xbox Design Lab, I had an immediate and obvious thought: Why not offer this customization for the Xbox One S console as well? It could be happening.
If you're not sure whether the Xbox One S is right for you, you may want to consider it as part of a wider range of upgrades. Because unlike its predecessor, Xbox One S is 4K Ultra HD compatible. And 4K changes everything.
While Microsoft's initial run of Xbox One S consoles includes 500 GB, 1 TB and even 2 TB options, users will eventually face the same issue we see on smartphones and tablets: That storage will simply fill up as we install apps and games. Fortunately, there's a solution.
Xbox One owners can now link their Xbox Live account to Facebook and Twitter. Both work a bit differently: With Facebook, you can find more friends to play with. And with Twitter, you can share game clips and screenshots.
The ability to interact with other game players on the Xbox Live network is a key benefit of owning any Xbox console. And on the Xbox One S, it's now much easier to share screenshots, video clips, and achievements with your friends or with the world.
Xbox One S owners can now enjoy background music playback and control on their consoles. This feature still requires app support, so the ways in which you can keep music playing in the background are currently limited.